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The Nissan X-Trail is okay in isolation, but there are rivals with better handling, comfort, interior space and infotainment systems for similar or less money. The low running costs of the diesel models might still prove tempting, but newer rivals make it feel a bit of a dinosaur.get the best price
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N-Connecta brings a 7.0in touchscreen with sat-nav and additional safety assist features, such as automatic emergency braking, lane departure warning and traffic sign recognition. You also get 18in alloys wheels, front and rear parking sensors, a bird’s-eye-view parking camera, keyless entry and start, as well as a hands-free power tailgate. It's our pick.
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Coarse engine and laggy infotainment, but a classy interi...
Quiet, comfortable and cheap to buy and run, but there's no se...
A fine SUV, particularly in plug-in hybrid (PHEV) form
Plus points include sporty dynamics and generous spe...